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Aomori Nokkedon青森のっけ丼

Seafood Cuisine

The Aomori Gyosai Center in Furukawa Market is a famous seafood market for “Nokkedon.” Visitors can purchase tickets at the information desk, choose ingredients from about 30 shops in the hall, and have them placed on a bowl of rice. Besides sashimi, there is also miso soup, pickles, prepared dishes and meat as well. It is fun to walk freely around the market choosing the ingredients to top you own bowl of rice. It is approximately a five minute walk from JR Aomori station.


Aomori Pref. Aomorishi Furukawa 1-11-16 Aomori fishes center (AomoriArea)

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Review of Aomori Gyosai Center Nokkedon

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Reviewed:2018/11/28 Definitely Worth It!
The perfect place for sashimi lovers! You must first buy the coupons at the cashier and then get the bowl of rice, after that you can go nuts with whatever toppings you want. All of the seafood...
Reviewed:2018/07/13 Seafood Heaven
This place came out with an innovative way to get people to the Furukawa Fish Market. This is a build it yourself Kaisendon (seafood rice bowl). You can buy a half sheet of scripts for 650 yen or a...
Reviewed:2018/05/02 Amazing food experience!
One of the highlights of our trip, the process of buying tickets and trading in for choice of fresh seafood was a lot of fun. Not only was the seafood fresh and tasty it was a really good experience...

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